relayed from the Carlton Restaurant.
including the Fortnight's Work at the Station.
The Station Director
conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
'Drink ye to her that each loves best
And if you nurse a flame
That's told but to her mutual breast,
We will not ask her name'.-Cowper
(9.30 Local Announcements)
The Station Trio: Frank Thomas (Violin), Ronald Harding (Violoncello), Hubert Pengelly (Pianoforte)
There is always a danger that love will fly out of the window, and the danger is never so great as in
A Comedy in One Act by Leonard White.
'Home is the place for healing, not inflicting, wounds', says the author of a work on 'The Perfect Marriage', after experiencing the practical outcome of his ideas on the regulation of conjugal happiness.
Though ignorance may be bliss, a little candour is more salutary-is the edict which descends, via 'The Perfect Marriage', on the wedding-breakfast table of Jack and Hilary as, with touching faith in each other, they begin the happiest day of all the year.
The sharp-edged instrument of 'speaking one's mind' can very soon become dangerous; the more so, sometimes, when it probes the small and insignificant chaffings of daily life. It is a mercy that the victims of mutual and 'kindly' criticism can often forget their grievances at the appearance of a scapegoat, and show a united front against the common enemy.
Scene: The morning room of the Fanshawe cottage in one of the outlying suburbs of London